The Wi-Fi Alliance has launched the action phase of its plan to get faster wireless networking products into the market, kicking off certification testing of gear based on a draft version of the IEEE 802.11n standard.
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Cisco Systems has completed its acquisition of Webex Communications, thus entering the online collaboration services business through a US$3.2 billion deal, the company announced yesterday.
Cisco Systems has reported strong growth in revenue and profit for a fiscal third quarter in which it made several acquisitions to help power Web 2.0 developments
Cisco Systems is aiming ever lower with its network gear for small businesses, rolling out a set of products on Tuesday to meet growing demand in that segment for unified communications.
Cisco Systems is continuing to buy its way into social networking, acquiring some assets of the company that operates Tribe.net while letting the site remain independent.
Recent reports that Nokia is in talks to buy Palm surprise some analysts, who nonetheless said some type of buyout might make sense and could even be a good thing for customers.
Cisco Systems has brought a raft of security mechanisms for wired LANs out to the wireless part of enterprise networks.
Intel said its Ultra Mobile" device will get smaller and less power-hungry over the next few years, becoming a key component in the company's vision of a personal wireless Internet available everywhere.
On Monday Sun Microsystems announced enhancements to its Sun Java System Content Delivery Server On Monday Sun Microsystems announced enhancements to its Sun Java System Content Delivery Server (CDS) at the International Telecommunication Union's Telecom World show in Hong Kong — a week long show that takes place once every three years.
Novell is expanding its Zenworks software line-up to span from the desktop to the data centre, unveiling three new products and an update to another tool.
Ethernet will keep accelerating, speeding up to 100Gbps (bits per second) in the next few years, according to the head of a standards study group.
IBM and Lenovo Group has recalled 526,000 Sony batteries for ThinkPad notebooks, becoming the latest vendors to act on fire-prone power sources.
Fast wireless LAN gear based on a draft version of the next industry standard is making inroads into the small-office and home market despite costing more than twice as much as other products.
Microsoft has recalled an updated version of Small Business Server because of a glitch discovered during a regular software production audit, the company said Friday.
Intel prepares next-generation WiMax